Day 15 – Petal Palette Showcase – Z Card

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This is the fifteenth project in the “Petal Palette Showcase” which shows you a different project every day for the month of June using only the Petal Palette Stamp Set & Petals & More Thinlits. I would recommend this project for a beginner who wants to add a new dimension to their cards.

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The dimensions & equipment used are as follows:

1 x Card base measuring 10″ x 4- 1/8th” I did this in Mint macaron, score along the ling edge at 5″ and 2.5″

1 x  Petal Pink measuring 4-3/4″ x 3-3/4″ – This sticks onto what would be the inside of your card

I used blushing bride ink to stamp onto these before sticking it to the card, I used the decorative spots stamp across the bottom, and the small flowers in the top corners, and used the the “life is so much better with you in it” stamp in the middle.

2 x “Share What You Love” Designer Series Papers measuring 2″ x 3.5″ – stick both of these to the 2 petal pink pieces of card, make sure that you use the reverse side of the DSP on one of them

2 x Petal Pink measuring 2-1/4 x 3-3/4″ – once the DSP has been attached to these, you need to stick on to the small front panel of the card, and one on the adjacent panel behind it.

1 x Petal pink measuring 2.5″ x 2.5″ & 1 x Mint Macaron measuring 2″ x 2″, on the smaller square use the small flower bundle stamp to stamp in blushing bride in a repeating pattern, then stick the smaller square to the larger square.

This square then stick on the front panel of the card, with half hanging over, so ensure you only glue the half that needs to be stuck!

I REALLY HOPE YOU LOVE IT AS MUCH AS I DO!

Pop over again soon

Becky xx

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